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Sim Moh Siong, forex strategist at Bank of Singapore, says he's worried about downside risk for the Japanese yen.
David Gaud of Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management say if the USD is kept in check, emerging markets stand to benefit.
Steve Hanke, professor at The Johns Hopkins University, says the U.S. trade deficit has nothing much to do with exchange rates.
Steve Hanke of The Johns Hopkins University talks about how protectionist policies enacted against Japan in the '80s nearly ruined the Japanese economy.
The dollar gained in part on expectations of a constructive meeting between President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
U.S. equities rallied after President Donald Trump said he would give an announcement regarding taxes in the next few weeks.
Kay Van-Peterson of Saxo Capital Markets talks about the forex trades he favors.
The New Zealand dollar was by far the biggest faller among major currencies on Thursday.
The euro could be poised to extend its bullish run in spite of "existential" political risks, according to a UBS report.
U.S. equities closed mixed Wednesday as financials led decliners, while oil rebounded following the release of key supply data.
President Trump is likely to take an aggressive approach to the yen when he meets Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
The yuan will stabilize and gradually weaken this year but not above the 7 handle against the dollar, says Jesper Bargmann from Nordea Markets.
The dollar fell pressured by the decline in U.S. Treasury yields as investors have priced out a March rate hike by the Federal Reserve.
Anthony Chan, Chase, and Omar Aguilar, Charles Schwab, weigh in on China's foreign exchange reserves dropping below the $3T level.
U.S. equities closed mixed as energy capped gains, while investors focused on a slew of corporate earnings reports.
Policymakers must respect international laws and avoid making targeted currency exchange rate comments; Bank of France governor.
Trump's accusation that Japan manipulates the yen doesn't appear likely to offer any negotiation leverage as the president meets with Abe this week.
Falling real interest rates and rising government debt are negative for the dollar, says Wayne Gordon of UBS.
Willie Chan of Kim Eng Securities says protectionism will not be positive for the dollar.
The dollar climbed to a more than one-week high on Tuesday as it gained for a fifth straight session.